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easyJet achieves record carbon milestone as emissions continue to decrease

easyJet achieves record carbon milestone as emissions continue to decrease

An easyJet Airbus A320 Aircraft. Photo Credit: easyJet

easyJet’s carbon emissions, for each kilometer traveled by passengers, have dropped below 80 grams for the first time thanks to improving technology and a continued long-term focus on reducing weight and improving operating efficiency.
Since 2000, when the airline began reporting on carbon emissions, easyJet’s emissions have reduced from 116.2 grams, a reduction of over 31% and are now 79.98 grams per passenger kilometer, down from 81.05 grams the previous year.
easyJet has set a new target is to reduce these emissions further to around 77grams by 2020, which would be a reduction of over 33% in twenty years.
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